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Condom Maker Asks Women What They Won't Put in Their Vaginas Besides chemicals, of course

Sir Richard's condoms, last seen defending the honor of sluts everywhere, is back with another provocative campaign from ad agency TDA_Boulder, this time asking women to share "rules about what they won't put in their vaginas." Judging by the video below, it's more about who they won't put in their vaginas—although Sir Richard's at least promises it won't add any chemicals, either. The campaign, timed to National Women's Health Week, extends to promotions on Facebook and Instagram that encourage fans to share their #VaginaRule for a chance to win a year's worth of Sir Richard's condoms. See some wild postings after the jump.



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